Inevitable by Tamara Hart Heiner

The future is not changeable.


The future is not ever in motion.

It's all a lie, the thought that the future can be changed. Jayne knows. She's been cursed to watch how the people around her will die, and no matter what she does, she can't change it. That includes Aaron, the handsome English boy who transferred to her school mid-semester and has eyes only for her.

But then a serial killer takes up residence in Jayne's town, and she's on his list.

Finding a way to alter the future has never been more critical.

Book 1 in the Goddess of Fate series, Inevitable is a suspense novel with a hint of the paranormal. Fans of Bella Forrest will enjoy this new take on an unfamiliar mythology. Romance, magic, suspense; the perfect book to escape into!

Genre: JUVENILE FICTION / Legends, Myths, Fables / General

Secondary Genre: JUVENILE FICTION / Fairy Tales & Folklore / General

Language: English

Keywords: books for teens, mythology, gods goddesses, paranormal romance, high school romance

Word Count: 90000

Sales info:

The book has nearly 100 reviews on Amazon and the sell-through is very good to the next book in the series, with more books to come. Currently being made into an audio book as well.

Sample text:

The smell of lemons hit me two feet from the counter, and I staggered. I cast my eyes sideways and saw Gabby making quick work of the people in her line. The lemony-smelling customer could go over there. I turned around, knocking my thigh against the prep station in my rush to escape.

“Hey, Jayne?” Gabby called. “I need a bathroom break. Cover, please?”

Before I could even think of an excuse, Gabby hurried past me. Fine. I went over to her line, taking a deep breath. Lemon-person was in my line, and Gabby could handle him when she got back.

“What are you doing?” Matt came over before I even started taking the first customer’s order. “You’ve got someone waiting at your register.”

“My register?” I didn’t know the registers were assigned. “Gabby had a longer line and she asked me to cover for her.”

“You don’t ever leave your register.” He turned to the customer in front of me, dismissing me without another glance. “What can I get for you?”

I stood there, debating my options. I could run out the door, and lose this job on my first day. Or I could keep my eyes down, pretend to be shy, take this person’s order, and be done with it.

Matt shot me a dirty look, and I backed away. Option number two it would be.

I shuffled back to my register, not lifting my eyes. I knew from the citrus scent that pervaded the air around me that the person hadn’t left. “What can I get for you?” I stared at the plastic covering the register keys.

“Can I have a grilled Swiss sandwich on a cheese bagel and some potato wedges, please?” The customer’s tenor voice and rich English accent washed over me, melting me to the front of the register.

Book translation status:

The book is available for translation into any language except those listed below:

Already translated. Translated by Alice Maria Mariotti
Author review:
Great translator, communicative, a pleasure to work with. You will want another editor (or yourself) to go through the manuscript after and check for punctuation.
Already translated. Translated by Tanya Castro and Thiago Braun
Author review:
they are a fantastic team to work with! Could not ask for better translators!
Already translated. Translated by Beatriz Panasiti
Author review:
Fantastic, professional translation, easy to work with, and very communicative.

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